Re: Bug#224742 acknowledged by developer (Re: Bug#224742: Related to this issue...)
Scripsit Tollef Fog Heen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Normal practice is that it's ok to close «those will never be
> implemented because I think they are
> wrong/stupid/unneeded/clutter/whatever wishlist bugs (in the
> maintainer's opinion).» It's not ok to do the same with non-wishlist bugs.
Even without any coherent explanations of why one would think they are
wrong/stupied/unneeded/clutter/whatever? It is certainly not obvious
to a bystander what Anthony thinks is wrong with the request, except
that for non-disclosed reasons he doesn't like it.
Henning Makholm "They want to be natural, the anti-social
little beasts. They just don't realize that
everyone's good depends on everyone's cooperation."